Pyramidellidae – Pyramidellinae: Puposyrnola tasmanica (Tenison-Woods, 1877) (‘common pyramid-shell’)
Synonym(s): tasmanica Tenison-Woods, 1877.
Typical shell-length 6.0 mm. Lives subtidally as an ectoparasite of other invertebrates. Native. Endemic to southeastern Australia (NSW, TAS and VIC).
Order: Lower Heterobranchia
Localities for Puposyrnola tasmanica
Black River Beach: northern end
Black River Beach: southern end
Flinders Island: Fotheringate Beach: southern end
Flinders Island: Northeast River: mouth
Greens Beach: main beach
King Island: Fitzmaurice Bay
North coast of Tasmania (unlocalised)
Pirates Bay: near landing
Pirates Bay (unlocalised)
Taroona: Alum Cliffs